Call me a coldhearted bish but I really can’t be sad about those two distros biting the dust. Time and money constraints are just cheap excuses I guess. If those distros had more mass appeal and risen to the proverbial top, the devs wouldn’t have stopped development. Also I guess we users mustn’t break our heads about less available Linux distros. Quite the contrary as new and exciting distros are appearing on the scene in almost daily succession. Best example: Namib GNU/Linux. That is a thing with hand and feet, standing on the shoulder of giants and making the best of it. Something Korora and BackSlash obviously never managed to achieve.
R.I.P. you guys.